Mauritius Football Association president Dinnanathlall Persunnoo has been accused of match-fixing by National 2 Division League team Stanley United.
Persunoo is alleged to have fixed results to determine which teams were relegated and promoted.
Stanley United president Anzal Hossenbaccus recorded a telephone conversation he had with Persunnoo in which the pair recounted the events of the last day of the championship.
The recording was later broadcast on Radio Plus, an independent radio station in Mauritius.
Hossenbaccus told BBC Sport: "Persunnoo explained how everything was calculated for the promotion and also for the relegation.
Host Zambia face Mozambique in Cosafa Cup quarterfinals while Bafana Bafana must wait to know their Last 8 opponents from Group A.
Mozambique, Bafana Bafana, Malawi, Angola, hosts Zambia and defending champions Zimbabwe all enjoy byes from the group stage and will enter the competition at the quarterfinal stage.
Zambia will face Mozambique on July 14 in the fourth quarterfinal match in Kabwe following tournament draws made on May 3 in Lusaka.
Bafana will face winner from Group A on July 13 in Lusaka that contains Namibia, Mauritius, Seychelles and guest team from the Cecafa zone, Tanzania.
Levy Mwanawasa Stadium
Bafana Bafana, Angola, champions Zimbabwe and hosts Zambia seeded and on first round byes in the May 3 COSAFA Cup draws.
And CECAFA zone nations Tanzania and Kenya have been invited to take part in this year’s COSAFA Cup to be held in Zambia from July 6-21.
According to Cosafa, Zambia, Bafana, Zimbabwe, Angola, Malawi and Mozambique will all enjoy group stage byes and join the competition in the quarterfinals on July 13 thanks to their FIFA rankings as of April 11, 2013.
Meanwhile, guest teams Tanzania and Kenya are the seeded teams in the group draws.
Eight teams will go into Fridays two group draws for preliminary round matches to be played at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka and Godfrey 'Ucar' Chitalu Stadium in Kabwe.
The final round of matches in the pool phase of the men’s Under-17 football competition at the 2012 Zone VI Games in Lusaka, Zambia, took place on Wednesday with the four semi-finalists become known.
South Africa claimed top spot in Group A with a 4-1 victory over Seychelles, setting up a semi-final with runners-up in Group B, Angola. Lesotho and Zambia will contest the other Last 4 match.
South Africa’s win was achieved after goals from Fagrie Lakay, Siyanda Ngcobo, Bongane Mathebula and Thembinkosi Phiri, while there was huge jubilation in the Seychelles camp when they scored their only goal of the competition through Cafrine Graham with just two minutes remaining.
Langson Mbewe and Tebogo Moerene
Hosts Zambia and South Africa played out a thrilling 0-0 draw in the men’s Under-17 football competition on day four of the 2012 Zone VI Games in Lusaka on Monday.
There might not have been any goals, but the Group A clash had the capacity crowd on the edge of their seats in the pouring rain as numerous chances were created at either end.
South Africa's Nhlakanipho Ntuli missed a penalty for his side on 33 minutes, putting the ball wide after Zambia's Paul Phiri was adjudged to have brought down Bongani Khanyile in the box.
Zambia came out blazing in the second half, but chances for captain Langson Mbewe, Spencer Sautu and Chibuye Mulilo all went begging.
The junior Flames of Malawi bounced back from a 4-0 bashing at the hands of South Africa with an impressive performance netting three late goals to revive their chances of reaching the semi-finals.
Defender Lovemore Jere opened the scores five minutes into the match before Wongani Kuchisja doubled the lead on 22 minutes with a speculative long range shot.
Thokozani Harrison scored the third on 55 minutes tapping in a low shot from a Lessman Singini rebound. Shortly after, Singini notched the fourth when he beat goalkeeper Duane Komaine with a close range shot.
Midfielder Abraham Kamwendo completed the rout with a well-executed spot kick seven minutes before time to shatter Seychelles’ chances of making the last four of the competition.
South Africa vs. Malawi
The Zambia U17 national team started off the Zone VI tournament campaign on a sound note after they beat Botswana by 2 goals to nil but rivals and fellow favorites to qualify from group A South Africa bettered their score with a 4-0 triumph over Malawi.
The Zambian lads put up a brilliant performance and looked like the team to beat in the tournament though many would agree that there was a lot of individualism in their play.
Paul Phiri was the first off the mark with a headed goal in the 22nd minute as he registered the 1st goal of the tournament before Chibuye Mulilo wrapped up the win with a strike from outside the box just before the break.